Wednesday, April 18

a year of unknowns replaces a year of uncertainty

To quote the benefits package that I am inured to embrace, "A pre-existing condition is one for which you received medical advice or treatment during the year before your Group Cancer coverage went into effect. We will cover pre-existing conditions after your coverage has been in effect for one year. In other words, there is a one-year waiting period for coverage of a pre-existing condition, as defined above," I move on.

The pools (not one, but two) on this campus are splashing and adjacent to basketball courts (perfect!). The position is welcoming and I have been swept off my feet with enough busy-ness (escorting a program officer from the NEH around campus, pushing ahead with a Promise Neighborhoods Grant program which I could not do at all readily at ... oh, forget that stick in the mud, and attending to sweet Skeeter's obedience courses list only a few biggies) that the whole journey is but a strange vague memory clouded in cotton balls. I don't recall much from driving near 12 hours straight except Skeeter's gladness upon settling into the Travel Lodge that first night in Frederick MD. He could have lived there forever.

Must get to boogying ... and I need really to write. Poems come all a flutter over me and down my back as a towel to the floor or a prison door upon release. I hope all who venture here are well.




6 comments:

  1. I am just so happy for you. That's all. xx

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  2. So much. I am happy for you too Gina. Xx

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  3. Ps:glad to hear about the pools, and swimming.

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  4. Wow! so glad life is on the up for you Gina!! It sounds really good and full, even maybe fulfilling xx

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  5. Thank you everyone. All that I am uneasy about is I cannot access care for you-know for over a year.

    Obedience with Skeeter is like training a bull to sit, cross its legs, and sip tea.

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  6. You made me laugh with your image of Skeeter. There is a cute children's book called "Bill in a China Shop", Bill being an elegant, tea sipping bull. Now I have a mental image of Skeeter in a tweed suit. :)

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